Banksy’s parody of Paris Hilton has hit the auction block.

Back in 2006, mysterious British street artist “reinterpreted” the model and reality TV star’s debut album Paris, released the same year, placing about 500 altered copies of the CD on store shelves across the UK.

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Now one of those CDs is up for auction at RR Auction, with a current high bid of $2,500. Bidding closes Jan. 9, 2019.

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RR Auction

The spoof CD featured the notable alteration of Hilton appearing topless on the cover, along with altered images and captions like “RACE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PILE!” and “Thou SHALT NoT WORSHIP FALSE ICoNS” throughout the album liner notes.

The CD itself was altered, too, replacing Hilton’s own album with a version completely remixed by Danger Mouse.

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Original “Paris” album art – Warner Bros. Records
Original “Paris” album art – Warner Bros. Records

According to RR Auction, the CD comes with a letter of provenance, which reads, “The Banksy Paris Hilton Signed CD with front cover and booklet are Original first issue and was obtained from HMV London when Banksy and his team planted the CDs in the music outlets. The CD has both original barcodes… I bought this original from Tony at Raven Records who acquired it from Banksy art dealer Andrew Blumson who also had a gallery in Brick Lane. He purchased it from a HMV employee.”